October, 2013 | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 5

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Single grain launch for William Grant

SCOTTISH drinks firm William Grant & Sons, the company behind whisky brands Grant’s, Glenfiddich and The Balvenie, has launched its first ever single …

Gorbals bar grabs CAMRA crown

THERE was celebration in Glasgow’s Gorbals when local pub The Laurieston Bar was named CAMRA’s 2013 Glasgow Pub of the Year. The Laurieston came out on top …

A mature celebration for Beam in Glasgow

BEAM Global toasted six decades of whisky maturation in Glasgow this month with the opening of three new warehouses. The £3 million expansion of the …

Craft beer is the perfect match

Food pairing proving ever popular, according to brewer By Matthew Lynas A SCOTTISH craft brewer is planning a series of food matching events after the success …

Firms gear up for festive season

Wholesalers pulling out all stops to support on-trade WITH the Christmas and New Year trading period fast-approaching, licensees aren’t the only ones gearing …

Plea for hours consistency

Licensee calls for ‘level playing field’ between boards By Dave Hunter A SOUTH Lanarkshire licensee has called for greater consistency between licensing …

Siblings celebrate double success

Edinburgh eateries take top accolades a year after opening By Gillian McKenzie MICHELIN-starred brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin are celebrating double success …

Budget boost for beer and pubs

Industry investing after decision to scrap duty escalator, report says THE 2013 Budget was a “turning point” for the British beer and pub industry, a new …

Tree’s company at Balmaha outlet

Ongoing investment from family-owned firm helping to keep business booming By Dave Hunter TO say that the Oak Tree Inn in Balmaha is at the heart of its local …

US whiskey is a Jack of all trades

Appealing to different consumer groups and tastes is key for Brown-Forman COVERING a range of different flavour profiles and price points is the key to a …

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